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Originally Posted by peter2k View Post

it's fine for 24/7

if you would have to bump voltage even a bit more for stability you could even do that

though be sure there's some kind of air flow thumb.gif (I'm sure there is)

Is it up to 1.450v for 24/7 that is the max recomended volt ?
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Originally Posted by SweWiking View Post

Is it up to 1.450v for 24/7 that is the max recomended volt ?

let's say yes

G.Skill sells some ddr4 kits that come with 1.4v and a lifetime warranty

there's like this consensus that 1.45 is like a greyish zone and under 1.5 should still be ok
there's like those 2 opinions

those high rated RAM kits don't use special chips
they just bin them and then "OC" them

images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSVdsoN2YPnbydTtlyIjkc7tiPNV1so2WNRsAGAszaJoy9kp4xvfA

at those voltage settings the RAM might become too hot and gives you instability that way (I think the Samsung b dies are sensitive to high temps for instance)

I have no idea if you have a temp readout from you're actual RAM
but dropping from 1.4 to 1.35 reduced temps for me from "too hot to touch" to "it's fine"

just saying


be sure to test those settings
RAM instability and errors are hard to track down and show themselves in funky ways you might think comes from somewhere else
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Originally Posted by peter2k View Post

let's say yes

G.Skill sells some ddr4 kits that come with 1.4v and a lifetime warranty

there's like this consensus that 1.45 is like a greyish zone and under 1.5 should still be ok
there's like those 2 opinions

those high rated RAM kits don't use special chips
they just bin them and then "OC" them

images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSVdsoN2YPnbydTtlyIjkc7tiPNV1so2WNRsAGAszaJoy9kp4xvfA

at those voltage settings the RAM might become too hot and gives you instability that way (I think the Samsung b dies are sensitive to high temps for instance)

I have no idea if you have a temp readout from you're actual RAM
but dropping from 1.4 to 1.35 reduced temps for me from "too hot to touch" to "it's fine"

just saying


be sure to test those settings
RAM instability and errors are hard to track down and show themselves in funky ways you might think comes from somewhere else

First i wanna say thank you for answering all my ddr4 questions smile.gif

I tried a few benchmarks and it was fine, but after like 10sec of gta5 the computer froze, i upped the ddr4 voltage to 1.420v from 1.405v and gta5 runs fine w/o freezeing.

I have from my old g skill ddr3 mem a fan hooked up over the ddr4 mem so they got some cooling going on over them

(not my ram but it looks like this)

I have no way that i know of to control the temp of my ram tho. However they are not "hot to touch" at all.
Edited by SweWiking - 4/10/17 at 5:07am
post #1774 of 2917
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Originally Posted by peter2k View Post

let's say yes

G.Skill sells some ddr4 kits that come with 1.4v and a lifetime warranty

there's like this consensus that 1.45 is like a greyish zone and under 1.5 should still be ok
there's like those 2 opinions

those high rated RAM kits don't use special chips
they just bin them and then "OC" them

images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSVdsoN2YPnbydTtlyIjkc7tiPNV1so2WNRsAGAszaJoy9kp4xvfA

at those voltage settings the RAM might become too hot and gives you instability that way (I think the Samsung b dies are sensitive to high temps for instance)

I have no idea if you have a temp readout from you're actual RAM
but dropping from 1.4 to 1.35 reduced temps for me from "too hot to touch" to "it's fine"

just saying


be sure to test those settings
RAM instability and errors are hard to track down and show themselves in funky ways you might think comes from somewhere else

If you DDR4 RAM is running too hot to touch at only 1.4V, then your case must have really really really poor ventilation.

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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

you try the 3866c12 preset yet? should be straight forward. That board really hums right along. and it can do some crazy stuff:

Fredyama profile or ...... buttkick.gifbiggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by hotrod717 View Post

Finally got around to testing 1st 7700k (G023) after delid. Initial "impression"

53/50 @ 1.44v isn't stellar, but for msrp, is a gem. In reality F977 wasn't all that much better on water. Getting used to new mobo (From M8I to M9A), but should be on LN2 with it in nest week or two.

I've seen a few G023s in stores but always hesitant to buy them. Very curious about how it scales. Your 977 didn't do much well, I'm assuming? redface.gif
Edited by rt123 - 4/10/17 at 5:26am
post #1775 of 2917
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Originally Posted by kleitos44 View Post

Do you guys think I need to delid, these temperatures on insane on a watercooling loop?

It is so much work for that extra 200mhz. Thoughts? BTW this isn't super stable at 5.3ghz, but it is bootable.


if that chip wil do cinebench R15 at that clock and voltage, guys will pay >$1000 for it in a flash. thumb.gif
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If you DDR4 RAM is running too hot to touch at only 1.4V, then your case must have really really really poor ventilation.

well there really isn't any airflow

thermaltake P5, and aside from the PSU there are only fans on the radiator and graphics card

also considering my RAM is rated for 2133 but running at 3200 I think it's fine

also running too hot when stresstesting the OC on the RAM
not under normal conditions in any way
when I say too hot to touch I mean like 70 degrees I guess
not "Damn I burned myself" hot
but a little less voltage and it's more like 50ish
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if that chip wil do cinebench R15 at that clock and voltage, guys will pay >$1000 for it in a flash. thumb.gif

yeah right? biggrin.gif
that's what I was thinking

good clocks and so low temps for a non delidded chip

seems like a winner to me

wonder what it could do after a delid
Edited by peter2k - 4/10/17 at 6:12am
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Hello, I've just started overclocking my 7700K, and it seems stable. Passed x264 custom 10 loops (~70min) and Realbench 8 hours with 48 ratio at 1.26 BIOS vcore (1.280 in Windows 10) and max temp is like 81.

Now, I've moved on to RAM overclocking. I just set my "CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000)" to XMP in my Asus Strix Z270E. Which program should I use to best test RAM OC? The Raja's Asus guide recommended HCI Memtest, while this OP guide recommended Memtest86. Honestly, I prefer to use Memtest86 since it can be run on the USB and doesn't need Windows to interfere, while HCI Memtest seems a bit more complicated with running multiple instances and setting the amount of ram, etc. What do you guys think?
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Hello, I've just started overclocking my 7700K, and it seems stable. Passed x264 custom 10 loops (~70min) and Realbench 8 hours with 48 ratio at 1.26 BIOS vcore (1.280 in Windows 10) and max temp is like 81.

Now, I've moved on to RAM overclocking. I just set my "CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000)" to XMP in my Asus Strix Z270E. Which program should I use to best test RAM OC? The Raja's Asus guide recommended HCI Memtest, while this OP guide recommended Memtest86. Honestly, I prefer to use Memtest86 since it can be run on the USB and doesn't need Windows to interfere, while HCI Memtest seems a bit more complicated with running multiple instances and setting the amount of ram, etc. What do you guys think?

HCI memtest, 1 instance for every logical core. I'd use like 80% of the ram, lets say, if you have 16gb, open 8 instances with 1536mb on each... At least 100% on each, recommended is 300%...
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But if you test only 80% of RAM, what if the other 20% of RAM that you didn't test get error and you don't know?
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